Found September 20, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

It may sound crazy but Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano had his team in the right state of mind when he told them to play until the end despite the New York Giants being lined up in the victory formation and taking a knee.  In one of the most controversial plays in the early part of the 2012 season, the Buccaneers trailed the Giants in the closing moments of the fourth quarter with no timeouts.  The Giants were clearly lined up to take knee in what would be the final snap of the game, but the Bucs defensive front broke through the unsuspecting Giants offensive line and gave Eli Manning a good shove backwards.… Read more

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  • The defense could win with a fumble recovered and advanced to the end zone. The win was not out of reach. Good defensive call. If Quarterback says "I'm taking a knee" then defensive captain can return the courtesy by saying "We're coming"
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